Hello, my name is Eve! I am originally from a small town outside of Philadelphia, PA. I came to Wyoming to attend Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, WY. While in college, I loved being in the outdoors and was climbing, ice climbing, and mountain biking when not studying. After graduation, I decided to remain in the Cowboy State. When I am not writing the news, I enjoy hiking, camping, and curling up with a good book.
Wyoming Joins in Human Trafficking Awareness Initiative
This initiative is designed to help the public know the signs of human trafficking.
Gov. Gordon RIDE Advisory Group Seeks Input Education in Wyoming
Governor Mark Gordon’s K-12 Education advisory group has recently released a short survey seeking input and ideas from Wyoming residents on how to create the ideal education system for the future of the state. Announced in May 2021, the Reimagining and Innovating the Delivery of Education(RIDE) Advisory Group is tasked to study and develop recommendations for elevating Wyoming’s primary and second
Univ. of Wyoming Changes Approach to COVID-19
This change will take place during the spring semester.
Gordon Pushes Closure of Jim Bridger Plant By Four Months
This was done after an agreement with the EPA was reversed.
Univ. of Wyoming Looking for New VP of Diversity
The University of Wyoming soon will begin a search for a vice president for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Wyoming Dept. of Health Recommends Vaccine Boosters to Older Teens
National experts have updated their booster recommendations to allow fully vaccinated 16 and 17-year-old teens to enhance and extend their protection against COVID-19, according to the Wyoming Department of Health (WDH). A single booster dose is now recommended for those who received their second dose at least six months ago...
First Hunt Foundation Helps Young Wyoming Teen During Heartbreak
Several months after helping the young hunter and his stepfather apply for tags, South Laramie Game Warden Bill Brinegar received the heartbreaking news that the stepfather had died.
LOOK: Laramie’s Christmas Parade Captures a Classic Movies Charm
On the chilly evening of December 3, the City of Laramie came together to celebrate the holiday season! And what better way to celebrate than with lights and laughter! The Christmas parade this year was even more special as it harkened back to the classic and hilarious movie, Christmas Vacation! The...
Gov. Gordon Appoints New Wyoming Supreme Court Judge
Governor Mark Gordon has recently appointed John G. Fenn to the Wyoming Supreme Court. Fenn’s appointment fills the open seat left by the retirement of Justice Michael Davis.
Wyoming Governor Comments on Biden’s Moratorium on Oil
Governor Mark Gordon has recently responded to the release from the Department of the Interior on Friday in which they report on federal oil and gas leasing and permitting.